LIYAN XU1, DAISHU WEI2, YANPING LIU3*
1Linyi mental health center, Linyi, 276000, China - 2Affiliated Hospital of Shan Dong Medical College, Linyi, 276000, China - 3Linyi People’s Hospital, Linyi, 276000, China
Objective: This study assesses the efficacy of transitional care model on rehabilitation for lumbar disc herniation patients following non-surgical treatment.
Methods: A total of 600 patients with lumbar disc herniation receiving non-surgical treatment were randomly divided into two groups denoted as research and control, with 300 patients in each group. Two treatment models were applied with patients in control group adhered to normal nursing, while those under research group given transitional care model. Subsequently, the nursing efficacy of patients in both groups was investigated.
Results: Comparisons on both groups showed that the overall treatment effectiveness in research group was substantial than that in the control group, showing compliance with P < 0.05. Recurrence rate was distinctly greater in control group (P < 0.05). while, higher overall nursing satisfaction was observed in research group with P < 0.05.
Conclusions: Transitional care model on lumbar disc herniation patients that follows non-surgical treatment not only improves the rehabilitation efficacy, but also provide better nursing service, as well as distinctly reduce the recurrence rate.
Transitional care model, Non-surgical treatment, Lumbar disc herniation, Observation and analysis of rehabilita- tion efficacy